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Men's Basketball - Fri, Nov. 28, 2014 at 6:15 PM

Georgetown College men's basketball continued to shoot well in Friday's 87-48 win over Carlow University in the night cap of the 21st Annual Central Bank Jim Reid Classic. The Tigers (7-2) took care of the Celtics (1-3) with a big first half advantage and then stepped on the gas the final 20 minutes.

"This tournament means a lot to our program to be able to honor Jim Reid and all he means to this school and program is great," said GC coach Chris Briggs. "To keep his legacy forefront for our fans and players is important. He, along with Coach Bob Davis, were the cornerstones for this program and every chance we get to honor him is special.

"We want to thank Central Bank which has helped to make all of this possible for so many years. We would not be able to make this such a good tournament without their support and help."

 
Men's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 25, 2014

Deondre McWhorter did more than rattle the rim a few times in Tuesday's big win over Indiana University Southeast. The junior led five Tigers (6-2) in double figures with 23 points - nearly a fourth of the total points GC scored - 10 coming from authoritative dunks. He also had 12 rebounds for a double-double for Georgetown College men's basketball team in a 100-76 win over IUSE.

The Grenadiers (3-3) had streaky shooting in the first half that led to a brief advantage at the break. They hit 50 percent in the first half including five threes and held a 39-38 edge at half.

 
Men's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 25, 2014

Bopper Stenzel hit three of his first four three-pointers, helping the No. 8 Tigers to a double-digit first half lead over Lindsey Wilson College Saturday. The Blue Raiders (4-4, 1-2) made a charge in the final 20 minutes of the Mid-South Conference showdown in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym, but it was not enough.

While LWC was making its run, it was Gerard Coleman and Noah Cottrill stemming the tide for the Tigers (5-2, 2-2). Coleman scored 14 of his game-high 23 points in the second half, while Cottrill poured in all 17 of his points after the break.

Lindsey pulled within one twice down the stretch, 71-70 and 73-72, but Cottrill hit one of his five second half baskets and Tony Kimbro hit a free throw to keep the visitors at bay.

 
Volleyball - Mon, Nov. 24, 2014

Momentum can be the name of the game when it comes to postseason play. Every team left is the cream of the crop, but it is the team peaking at the right time that can make all the difference.

It has certainly appeared as though one of those teams this volleyball postseason might be Georgetown College. The No. 15 Tigers (29-10) have been playing lights out since rallying from a 2-0 set deficit in the semifinals of the Mid-South Conference Tournament.

"You expect the best from every team right now and I'm just so proud of the way our team is coming together," said GC coach Nick Griffin. "We have to control what we can control. We have been playing some great defense, making the right set options and taking care of the ball at the net."

 
Women's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 22, 2014

Georgetown College women's basketball came ready to play Saturday against visiting Lindsey Wilson College. The No. 17 Tigers (4-3, 1-3 MSC) shrugged off an early tough start to Mid-South Conference play with a convincing 74-54 win.

"We've been fighting so hard, but just letting the little things bother us," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "We put all that behind us and played like we had been a few weeks ago. We needed a game like this. It was a real team effort."

Jessica Foster led five players in double figures with 18 points. Devanny King poured in 12 with 12 rebounds for her fourth double-double this season. Mykal Farris found her stride with 13 points and Haley Armstrong and Teonia McCune each had 11. Emilie Ziese was a beast on the boards with nine.

 
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